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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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shock is a word that comes to mind. nobody plans for the day they get terminated. >> the high school head football coach in the middle of a high-profile controversy is speaking to cbs5. his summer pe class got his team banned from the playoffs and cost that coach his job.
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nothing wrong. >> derrick stahl has this exclusive interview. >> mark knowles says he wanted to speak out to set the record straight. this may be high school football but it has become a high-profile story over the last few weeks. >> my name has been disparaged, thrown through the mud. i've been a coach for 22 yar married for nearly 20 years. vithree kids -- i have three kid. they're heartbroken about the news >> reporter: part of the reason for that is that mark believes notre dame prep did not violate arizona interscholastic association rules. >> i believe we intended to follow the rules that we followed the rules that we followed the intent of the rules >> reporter: one violation had to do with a summer school pe
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the other a recruiting violation. after the aia ruling, parents called for him and the school's president to be fired. i asked if he wondered whether that class was a gray area. >> yes, we talked about it, by sure we're doing it right. i'd rather go 0 for 10 in a football season than break a rule. >> so you were confident that this was within the rules. >> we believed that. >> you still believe that. >> correct. he says he will coach 89 --
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school took the correct action. what's going on with this heat? we broke a record today, hitting 100 degrees. the latest triple digits temp ever! westbound lanes of grand restricted closed for the next hour or so. a motorcycle lost control, crashed into a car then a semi ran him over. the 27-year-old died at the scene. a bright spot in a sad story. tiny dog that ran off after a car accident has been
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gas, and the teenaged girls were hit by a car when they got out. his owner is severely injured but now they have each other. the officers found the dog and responded to the car accident. on the top of your screen is a live shot jail downtown. he was arrested yesterday. if the name sounds familiar, that is because he was the i-10 freeway shooting suspect. all the charges were dropped. >> when police arrested him, they said he valided an order of protection -- investmented an
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threats to a woman. >> everyone inside the plane was evacuated off. no one was injured. the event w center downtown. it the be trump's seventh trip to the valley. wikileaks e-mail show the clinton campaign staffers were just as surprised as the general public as news broke that she used a private e-mail server as secretary of state. they they remember aware of but were told "everything was taken care of." sheriff
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about his criminal contempt of court charges. arpaio was found guilty of civil contempt of court for violating a judge's order to stop his controversial immigration patrol. this week he was charged with criminal intent. >> i can't talk about it right now. not guaranteed a jury trial cheptds -- which he wants. this valley 18-year-old facing computer tampering charge afrs he changed the code for a computer bug and nearly crashed our 911 emergency system. he says this was just an accident. he started playing with the bug trying to find flaws. he wanted apple to pay him for finding
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system. >> it's a little disturbing that our system is as fragile as it is. a hacker found a bug in an0=kn2i??a device. he wrote an exploit around that vulnerability to make the phones call a certain number over and over and over again. >> investigators discovered it came from apple smart phones and link today to a website. people living near 19th and isn't so nice these days. they don't feel safe. >> reporter: this is the type of things residents say they're sick of. one man found a syringe in his backyard. they had a meeting last night with city leaders to vent their frustration. >> it's a quiet community. now it's changed quite a bit. >> reporter: george is the hoa president in his 55-plus
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your car, you get accosted, people asking for money, cigarettes. >> reporter: and he says his backyard, which backs up to the canal is no longer a safehaven. >> i very rarely come out here. you're constantly being nagged for water, money. >> reporter: wednesday night's sunnyslope resource meeting, the issues were addressed. phoenix city council member stark says they encourage feks to report police say they're talking to businesses about how to deal with trespassing. >> i think light rail has caused some issues here. mostly with the transients. >> reporter: valley metro says they have security officers patrolling the system and they partner with police for an added layer. they started a block watch, and is george hopes that can make a difference. >> i feel like i have to move. a lot of women are speaking
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jogging. >> reporter: nearly half of all women reporting harassed while they're out running. this group asks its readers how often they're harassed jogging following the murders of three this year. it's worse for wo under 30, nearly 60%. one in three have been followed, and 5% have been flashed. >> just kind of hooting and hollering, disrespectful, that kind of thing. >> that's really sad >> reporter: women
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got up to the triple digits. your average high this time of year, around 85. temperatures are gradually cooling down over the weekend. we'll continue to see some off and on clouds in the forecast. much needed range for los angeles, san francisco, and that's round no. 1. it'll bring us a few clouds tomorrow afternoon, cross our state. and the next system will arrive late saturday into sunday, pushing even more moisture into parts of southern california. rush hour as you wake up tomorrow morning, mid-70s out there, sunrise at 6:43. we'll see mostly clear skies, then a few clouds in the afternoon. and that 7-day
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minutes, mid-90s for friday, a little cooler saturday to sunday. and good news for trick or treaters, 86 degrees, near average. sun sunsets at 5:30, temperatures in the upper 70s, lower 80s. we'll continue to see temperatures very comfortable in the next week. after the break i'll show you what con men have in common with fortune teller spot their tricks. >> we all know that texting behind the wheel is dangerous. >> what about texting in the cockpit? some pilots are sending messages in the air. >> and video of donald trump jr. helping out a driver who had car issues after his really
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technology is leading to fewer flight delays. >> pilots and air traffic controllers are communicating through text messaging. >> not with something like this this. >> reporter: it's al, simple computer, similar to an old palm pilot. >> 18.1. >> reporter: instead of getting clearance instructions and is flighted plans over a vhf frequency and missing information, pilots are communicating via text. southwest airlines pilot john
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potential errors. >> they can say load new route. i hit one but theon, it says load, now it's in my system. >> reporter: it is also designed to slash delays due to what the farc a refers to as the labor intensive time-consuming practice of talking. it's a more streamlined approach. phase, being used on the ground for initial clearance. >> in the air if they need to get a hold of us, ding ding, and they say we need to you descend.
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faa $1 billion in operating costs over the next three decades and air carriers more than $10 billion. the construction tonight on the loop 202 expansion project is likely over. you are about to see more of google's self-driving cars on the road. the company is expanding and creating a testing headquarters in chandler. the mayor says it will bring jobs to the city and draw more tech-based businesses. >> solidify ies our reputation as the innovation and technology hub of the southwest.
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expanding into gilbert, mesa, tempe and phoenix. a consumer alert: exxon found up to one billion barrels of oil off the shores of nigeria. production has been slashed in the country but exxon owns more than a quarter of the oil where the new discovery was made. so gas prices may drop drastically. answers tonight on how widespread the problem of credit card skimmers at arizona's gas pumps really is. since labor day, the state's agricultural department found 30 more skimmers, bringing the total on 78 this year alone. a cbs news study shows more
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believe in psychics and supernatural powers. >> there are hundreds of fortune tellers in business right here in the valley. >> did she hypnotize you? >> >> reporter: this woman claims a fortune teller took nearly $1,500 from here during a psychic reading. proving cases of fortune teller fraud can be tough. according to private eyes. >> it's a very gray area >> reporter: crooked fortune tellers are a lot like other cons. they identify vulnerable
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confidence before taking their money. the psychic at issue here told us she has nothing to hide and denies she did anything wrong. >> >> reporter: few of these cases are ever prosecuted. ones th involve ten was thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars. tempe is taking recycling to a whole new level, using old dump terse as popup -- dumsters as popup patios.
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good. >> they have been cleaned a lot. [ laughter ] >> sanitized . the grand canyon is one of our most impressive national parks. it's also one of the spookiest. >> some is have said that the canyon is haunted. the wandering woman has been haunting the canyon since the 1920s when she died in a hiking accident. it family. another legend says she was killed after being crushed by a boulder. >> ooh, okay. >> top of the news.
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. record-setting day today, triple digits. some cloud cover out there. disturbance moving into parts of southern california. and through the weekend as well. temperatures gradually cooling down as well. overnight low, 74 degrees in phoenix. mid-40s in the grand canyon. 62 for a low in sedon't
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high temps tomorrow a little cooler. the cardinals head to 1 and 5 carolina. >> it hurt. i wasn't the only one that was hurting. everybody in disheartened about the outcome had. and about the way we performed on that stage. i think everybody was disappointed with that. came schwarber is the story -- kyle schwarber is the story of the world series. campbell faulkner suffers from mitochondrial disease. those who support him referred to as campbell's crew. they wear a green wristband to show that
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kyle schwarber. >> reporter: kyle schwarber's stunning success at the ball park means the world to campbell faulkner. >> he's my superhero. >> reporter: kyle is a member of campbell's crew. something the cubs slugger proudly displays during games with a green arm band. >> to h your son's band, to take him to the world series, i am just so grateful and thankful for the hope he's given our family. >> never give up. >> reporter: campbell befriended kyle at a spring training game two years ago, giving him a band. >> i met him my first spring training. really young, smart kid. and he's just always had a big smile on his face.
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diseases, and then i gave him a campbell's crew hat and he said i'm gonna wear this forever. >> reporter: and the two just saw each other at the arizona fall league last week. schwarber was trying to rehab his knee. campbell's crew is on display on the entire sports world this week. >> it always gives me hope that i know bracelet and thinking about me. >> that's a person you want to look up to right there. the coyotes' road trip continues against the flyers. 8% getting it done. coyotes up 3-2.
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just want to remind you, we do have grand avenue closed
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kind of a rough time to have this sloez, trafficking heading in and out of this area overnight. give yourself some extra time to get through here. detours don't take that long but increasing traffic, just allow some time. have a great night. >> stephen colbert is up next.
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